With non-essential businesses currently closed, the April issue of Jmore will be available at these limited distribution points.
Pick up a copy while you’re getting your groceries or other essential items.
And while you’re staying home, we invite you to enjoy a sneak peek of Jmore’s April issue online now:
Check out our annual “Home & Garden Issue,” featuring stunning images of a dream house in northern Baltimore County as well as of the Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens. Columnist Michael Olesker remembers truly wild times back on 33rd Street, while associate editor Simone Ellin catches up with drumming therapist Jordan Goodman.
Plus, stories on planting in the spring for green vegetables, delicious desserts for Passover and chatting with Kevin Pollak of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” Also, Spiritual Matters guest columnist Rabbi Dena Shaffer, the Parting Shot from Laura Black, Baltimore Justice with Rabbi Daniel Cotzin Burg, and much more.
Click here to find out where you can pick up a copy.
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